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Microsoft Ropes In 10th Android Licensee

October 25, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Microsoft’s relentless pursuit of royalties from manufacturers of Android handsets might actually be a win-win. “Since Microsoft is making so much money from Android, I don’t think they’re as interested in limiting it, and that’s beneficial to Android,” observed 451 Group analyst Jay Lyman. Plus, Android manufacturers are no doubt developing workarounds, so Microsoft’s days of raking in Android profits may be limited.

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